Roberto Coin put all of the spirit of the Art Deco style into this collection – with its desire to celebrate and get drunk on life, with an energy that, in the 1920s and 30s, changed the world of art, fashion and architecture with an explosion of modernity and a total rejection of the traditional. Skyscrapers and airships traced the confines of desire and romanticism sat this round of history out.
The design of the pieces in the collection brings back typical Deco style shapes, unexpected and syncopated. The earrings are made of colored octagons with soft, whimsical tassels while the rings re-evoke the cold beauty of Tamara de Lempicka paintings with a mixture of geometrical shapes inserted one into the other.
The bright nuances of enamel alternate with precious stones of compact, dominant colors, often together in the same piece. In this unstoppable penchant for exaggeration, the orderly arrangement of the elements and the repetitive shapes keep the extreme modernity within the boundaries of harmony, thus turning exaggeration into beauty.